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`From the Hubble Radius to the Planck Scale' is the precise scope of 55 contributions to a symposium held at UC Berkeley in honor of J-P. Vigier's (Nobel Laureate Louis de Broglie's principal associate) 80th birthday. The volume has a unique perspective in that the chapters, the majority by world-class physicists and astrophysicists, contrast both mainstream conservative approaches and leading edge extended models of fundamental issues in physical theory and observation. For example in the first of the five parts: Astrophysics & Cosmology, papers review Bigbang Cosmology along with articles calling for exploration of alternatives to a Bigbang universe in lieu of recent theoretical and observational developments. This unique perspective continues through the remaining sections on extended EM theory, gravitation, quantum theory, and vacuum dynamics and space-time; making the book a primary source for graduate level and professional academics. It is being said that physical science has entered a period ripening for another `Galilean scope revolution'. Gravitation and Cosmology: From the Hubble Radius to the Planck Scale provides clear insight into developments about to cause this paradigm shift. World-class physicists and astrophysicists present their most recent thinking on leading edge theoretical and observational work on five main categories of physical science.
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